Kiss - Kissaholic Killers mp3 downloadPerformer: Kiss
Title: Kissaholic Killers
Style: Arena Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
Released: September 16, 1997
Size MP3 version: 1735 mb
Size FLAC version: 1629 mb
Size WMA version: 1457 mb
Format: DXD APE XM DTS AHX MP4
Genre: Pop Rock
Kiss - Kissaholic Killers mp3 download
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Kiss - Killers (1982).
Killers is the second compilation album by American hard rock group Kiss. Of the album's twelve songs, four were new compositions recorded specifically for it: "I'm a Legend Tonight," "Down on Your Knees," "Nowhere to Run" and "Partners in Crime. These new songs were recorded at the behest of Phonogram Records, in response to the commercial failure of 1981's Music from "The Elder".
1981's The Elder was such a bomb worldwide that Kiss' record company outside the . demanded that the band immediately assemble another greatest-hits package to prove to their befuddled fans that they were still a heavy metal group, not experimental prog rockers. Since a greatest-hits set was issued just four years prior in the form of the double LP Double Platinum, the band decided to include four brand-new tracks along with some hits, under the title of Killers (a single album).
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Updated on January 17, 2019. My German copy of KISS' "Killers" CD. Note the alternate KISS logo, which is used on all KISS related items sold in Germany. KISS-"Killers" (Phonogram, 1982). I recently scored a CD copy of KISS' mostly-forgotten Killers compilation album from 1982. I was even lucky enough to score a German pressing of the disc, which sports an alternate version of the famed KISS logo (known as the "backwards Z's" to KISS aficionados) that is unique to KISS items sold in that country.
Killers served two quite clear purposes: first, to get KISS over in Europe, a continent where the group hadn’t quite reached the level of fame they enjoyed in the States; and two, obviously, to make money. However, both these objectives – well, the first one, at least – are partially hindered by the bootlegish presentation of this record, as well as by its abysmal track selection. Seriously: what were they thinking!" Making a KISS Greatest Hits is not hard, and somehow whoever made this record still managed to screw it up.